Everett band teams up with new music website

Yesterday on the blog, I mentioned that Everett band I Will Keep Your Ghost was working on putting together a new EP and in the meantime would be releasing some new recordings of a couple of their old tracks. These new recordings sound incredible and are part of the launch for the new Ziibra.com platform.

We have talked before about how you can purchase music through Ziibra.com and make the buying process social to get a better deal on the music you want to buy. Now you can join the website for free and either “Follow” or become a “Backer” of your favorite artists.

Becoming a “Backer” gives you the chance to make a contribution to your favorite artist that is good for the year, and in return you will get rewards that can range from music downloads to exclusive content, signed show posters, lunch with the band, tickets to a show or maybe even an on stage dance off at a show.

Click here to join Ziibra and hear new tracks from I Will Keep Your Ghost and other great bands.

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